Post-Secondary Transition ResourcesWhat is does transition mean to you?
Transition is the term used by education professionals to describe the changes in education, employment, and even life that students go through as they move from the high school setting into "the real world".
Transitioning from High School to Post-Secondary Education
Transitioning from High School to Employment
Types of Post-Secondary Education:
- Four year college or university
- Two year associates program
- Technical College
- Vocational Training
Planning for College Resources:
PDF Table explaining the differences in freedom, responsibilities, and accommodations provided in the high school setting vs. the college setting.
PDF with tips and tricks to help students with disabilities survive at the college setting.
PDF explaining your rights and responsibilities as a student with disabilities at the post-secondary education setting.
This interactive web site contains information about living college life with a disability.
Planning for Employment Resources:
Ohio Career Information System -
United States Department of Labor Resources on Employment and Disclosure of Disability - http://www.dol.gov/odep/pubs/fact/ydw.htm
Informational website on the 16 career clusters:
The Career Noodle website that allows users to create a free profile account and research careers based on their individual interests:
Helping Youth Build Work Skills for Job Success: Tips for Parents and Families
"You're 18 Now" - A guide to your Rights and Responsibilities as an adult in Ohio